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Banksy’s young black girl sprays a pink wallpaper pattern over a swastika on a wall next to her sleeping bag and teddy bear in an attempt to make her patch of pavement more cosy. The mysterious British street artist Banksy appears to have targeted the French government’s crackdown on migrants in a series of new […]
Images courtesy of Mathieu Tremblin Mathieu Tremblin lives and works in Rennes and Arles, France. After graduation from a university of fine arts he began working with site specific urban interventions, graffiti culture, branding and the détournement of objects used in publications, installations, photography and video. This helped him document or reinvest the fruits of his experimentations. […]
‘Bill Posters Will Be Prosecuted’ signs aim to stop the visual pollution bill posters can create. Ironically, the notices themselves are ugly. To fix this problem Happy Soldiers replaced these notices with good looking versions. Lovely vector art available for download on the Billposters Project site.
The graffiti of Roadsworth has Montreal’s politicians and police contemplating the differences between art and vandalism
Every now and then the internet surprises me with an unexpected gem. While searching for an image for a different post, I came across these great photos of a Montreal street artist named ‘Roadsworth’. Apparently “Montreal police arrested Gibson on November 29 last year  and charged him with 51 counts of mischief, the charges […]
From the Gothamist: Banksy has been traveling across the country for the last couple of weeks, doing pieces and promoting his movie “Exit Through The Giftshop”. After he hit Toronto and Boston, streetart enthusiasts were betting he’d show up in NYC. Those suspicions turned out to be true this morning, when this piece showed up […]